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damaged

1. Drunk. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You really got damaged!
2. A person who is seen as emotionally or psychologically unstable as the result of some traumatic experience. (Possibly derogatory.) I worry that growing up with abusive parents has left me damaged. She's probably never been in a serious relationship because she's totally damaged—what other reason could there be?
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damaged

mod. drunk. Them guys went out and really got damaged.
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However, in Lovington, lots of cars were damaged, so the work may take a little longer due to the volume of vehicles that need to be repaired.
The number of Southern Baptist churches destroyed or damaged by Katrina is estimated at more than 900 in southern Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama, according to church officials.
Damage to one hard disk can be regarded as a damaged horizontal block damaged and it can no longer read and store the data.
According to Drummond, the next logical step is to identify the specific sequence of cellular signals that make up the checkpoint system--how ATR's binding to damaged DNA results in a change in the cell cycle and the actual repair of the DNA.
The fact that Willamette chose to process the damaged timber rather than sell it doesn't change the fact that the timber was damaged--forcing the company to use the trees before the normal time.
72-372, the Service denied involuntary-conversion treatment when an uninsured taxpayer sold trees damaged in a hurricane, even though the trees would have decayed or been destroyed by insects if not sold.
We're in the process right now of identifying the owners of the damaged vehicles," said Antonelli.
A well-known side effect of this approach is that normal cells are indiscriminately damaged, creating toxicity to patients and limiting the cancer cell killing activity of conventional chemotherapy.
But it's a toll not usually addressed in newsreports that focus on damaged homes and injured people.
A typical example of property damage is a construction defect claim in which a structure is damaged over a prolonged period of time due to poor soil condition and subsidence.
The building was severely damaged when it was struck by debris falling from the South Tower of the World Trade Center after the terrorist attacks of Sept.
The hormone seems to prevent healthy nerve cells from dying in response to signals sent by damaged nerve cells.
Restoration of the heavily damaged distribution lines here likely will continue until Wednesday or Thursday, though final restoration in isolated pockets in the Juanita, Inglewood, and Avondale areas may not be complete until sometime this weekend.
This exclusion does not apply if the damaged work or the work out of which the damage arises was performed on your behalf by a subcontractor.